Hardship In 2016 Callous: Fayose Tells Buhari

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Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has said it is callous for President Muhammadu Buhari to tell Nigerians to brace up for more hardship in 2016, adding that if he is no longer capable of ruling, he should resign and allow somebody more competent to run the affairs of the nation.
Fayose lashed out at the Presidency during the formal presentation of some bills passed by the Ekiti State House of Assembly to him for consent. The six bills presented to the governor by the House were Ekiti State College of Technical and Commercial Agriculture Repel Law, 2015 Revised Appropriation Bills, 2016 Appropriation Law, Kidnap and Terrorism Law, Ekiti State Office of Public Defender and Ekiti State regency Law 2015.
Condemning the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration for considering such measures as cutting jobs, devaluation of the naira and reducing minimum wages of workers among others, Fayose said: “They should address devaluation, job cuts and other issues.
“They promised to give millions of jobs every year but now they want to cut seven million jobs and they are telling Nigerians to expect hardship in 2016. If the president is not competent, he should resign and allow any other person to take over. Even if he gives it to Vice President, Osinbajo; we are not bothered, we just want somebody who could lead well.”

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